Top upcoming ICO 8th - 14th October (with voting)

List of the most interesting ICO, which will be held from 8th to 14th October: Opporty, Power Ledger, Papyrus, WizFund, Qvolta, BLOCKv, Red Pulse and more
08 October

According to experts, for the first three years of the ICO Institute, from 2013 (when Mastercoin first sold its tokens to the ICO) until 2016, about $150 million was raised. In 2016 ICOs collected more than $ 250 million (of which $ 150 million accounted for The DAO), and in the 6.5 months of 2017 within the ICO, $ 1.2 billion was raised! 

Upcoming ICO

Today we have prepared for you the very best and the most interesting ICO, that will start offer coins on the next week.

Don't forget to read to the bottom and take part in our poll about upcoming ICOs.

1. Opporty

Hype.codes rate - 93/100.

Opporty is a decentralized service marketplace and self-regulated knowledge-sharing community platform. By offering blockchain-powered smart contracts and a decentralized Escrow system, Opporty puts client-contractor relations on the blockchain.

The platform, with the help of its Expert community, ensures transparency and security, standardizes procedures, and creates an environment of cooperation that instills trust between parties.

Vote for this ICO

Sales period. From Oct 18, 2017 to Nov 8, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH
Min. cap. 1000 ETH
Hard cap. 80 000 ETH
Website and whitepaper.

2. Power Ledger

Hype.codes rate - 87/100.

Power Ledger is a blockchain-based peer-to-peer energy trading platform enabling consumers and businesses to sell their surplus solar power to their neighbours without a middleman.

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Sales period. From Oct 10, 2017 to Oct 31, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH, BTC, LTC
Hard cap. No cap
Website and whitepaper.

3. Papyrus

Hype.codes rate - 86/100.

Papyrus is the world’s first fully comprehensive and highly scalable decentralized ecosystem for digital advertising which radically improves programmatic advertising stack to provide efficient, transparent and mutually beneficial environment for users, publishers, advertisers and decentralized application (dApp) developers using blockchain architecture.

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Sales period. From Oct 12, 2017 to Nov 2, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH, BTC
Hard cap. $5M
Website and whitepaper.

4. CrowdWiz

Hype.codes rate - 77/100.

The WizFund platform is a liberated ecosystem of investors, bringing flexibility and freedom through advanced technology. Every member has the right to vote and take the decision where and how the fund should invest. Token-holders are free to invest in newly-created funds or establish WizFunds of their own. Software wizard will guide you through the process. 

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Sales period. From Oct 10, 2017 to Oct 24, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH, BTC, LTC
Hard cap. $20M
Website and whitepaper.

5. Qvolta

Hype.codes rate - 74/100.

Qvolta is a P2P cryptocurrency-fiat exchanged platform that allows users to quickly and easily convert cryptocurrencies into the fiat currencies, and vice versa. Qvolta will provide individuals a reliable and convenient platform to quickly buy or sell cryptocurrencies with help of the most popular payment methods for the fiat currencies available in the country of his/her residence. Initially two cryptocurrencies will be available for the exchange - Bitcoin and Ethereum, with later envisioned addition of Monero and other altcoins.

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Sales period. From Oct 10, 2017 to Nov 11, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH
Hard cap. 18k ETH
Website and whitepaper.

6. BLOCKv

Hype.codes rate - 74/100.

BLOCKv, the shared protocol for the blockchain developer stack, represents the interface moment in the maturation of the blockchain sector. BLOCKv provides developers with the building blocks to design the experiential economy of the future and unlock new revenue generating opportunities for businesses within this growing ecosystem. The BLOCKv platform enables the creation of smart digital objects on blockchains unlocking the potential to rapidly engage end-users and traverse digital and real-world environments. These smart objects, called vAtoms (Virtual Atoms) combine code with multimedia elements and are dynamic, compelling digital goods that make a cryptocurrency come alive as an asset for developers, brands and end users.

BLOCKv Logo
BLOCKv Logo

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Sales period. From Oct 12, 2017 to Oct 16, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH, BTC
Hard cap. $40M
Website and whitepaper.

7. Red Pulse

Hype.codes rate - 73/100.

Red Pulse solves these issues by creating a groundbreaking research content platform that simplifies incentives and directly compensates research producers for their valuable insights, while ensuring research consumers can access the research that is most relevant to them. Our RPX token is the underlying currency used to facilitate this ecosystem, and provides token holders with direct participation in the rise of China.

Red Pulse ICO
Red Pulse ICO

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Sales period. From Oct 8, 2017 to Oct 31, 2017
Accepted currencies. NEO
Hard cap. $15M
Website and whitepaper.

8. Galaktikka

Hype.codes rate - 70/100.

Galactikka.com - is a new social network, helping content-makers promote their works for free and easily monetize their passions; helping readers getting high-quality original content and communication with like-minded people. The main goal - to provide an opportunity for users, especially the novice authors, to show their creativity to as many interested people as possible; and let the creators concentrate on making stunning things and start making money on it.

Galaktikka ICO
Galaktikka ICO

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Sales period. From Oct 9, 2017 to Nov 9, 2017
Accepted currencies. ETH
Hard cap. 40k ETH
Website and whitepaper.

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Gibraltar launches license for firms using blockchain

The license would formally recognize the use of blockchain records as an accepted mechanism for transmitting payments
14 December

The Gibraltar Financial Services Commission (GFSC) will introduce the world’s first bespoke license for fintech firms using blockchain technology from next month in in attempt to attract start-ups.

The license is the first of its kind and would formally recognize the use of blockchain records as an accepted mechanism for transmitting payments, paving the way for broader adoption.

This is the first instance of a purpose-built legislative framework for businesses that use blockchain or distributed ledger technology.

 

Nicky Gomez

The head of risk and innovation, GFSC

GFSC will publish guidance on Friday for applying its new law for firms that use blockchain to “transmit or store” cash and assets belonging to others - much in the same way as a bank is authorized.

According to Nicky Gomez, Gibraltar expects firms numbering well into “double digits” to seek authorization after the new rules come into force on January 1. Firms will have to treat customers fairly, and must have adequate IT systems and controls to comply with anti-money laundering and terrorist financing rules.